Hannah Nolasco


I am a Tokyo-based interdisciplinary researcher focused on exploring the practical applications of human-computer interaction in the fields of mental health, wellbeing, trust, and behaviorism. I recently completed my master's degree in Media Design at Keio University and I am now pursuing a Ph.D. in computer science at Osaka Prefecture University. My research centers on designing more interventional ways to regulate mood and build emotional acuity in individuals through acoustic-based mood tracking. Upon completing my doctorate degree, I intend to continue working in emotion research, where I'd like to develop novel technologies geared towards providing easily accessible medical resources to those with psychological and neurological conditions.